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Feb 16, 2016, 12:38 PM
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I think this guy Djibros101 is trying to scam people watch out please

Djibros101 is his user name he want to purchase my lender I have listed and he wanted to do a credit card to credit card transaction just watch out for this person
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Feb 16, 2016, 02:43 PM
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Wow...Never heard that one before........

Feb 16, 2016, 04:45 PM
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Some may not able to obtain a paypal account or simply don't want one and know that with a paypal business account you can accept credit cards when the buyer doesn't have a paypal account.

From paypal site.

Buyers Can Checkout Without a PayPal Account

PayPal has optimized the checkout experience with an exciting improvement to our payment flow.*

For new buyers, signing up for a PayPal account is now optional. This means your customers can complete their payments first, and then decide whether to save their information in a PayPal account for future purchases. The checkout is more convenient, resulting in more completed sales and satisfied customers.

Best of all, this upgrade requires no action on your part. The checkout automatically applies to Website Payment tools like Buy Now Buttons, Donations, and PayPal Shopping Cart, as well as our Request Money and PayPal Invoicing features.

Here’s how this easier checkout works:

Customers enter their name and shipping address. They’re prompted for their credit card, email address, and phone number. (Optional) After reviewing their information, they may choose to save their information by creating a PayPal account to make future transactions faster.

Please note that PayPal’s fraud prevention measures remain in effect for buyers who use this checkout. PayPal applies the same techniques for this checkout as it does for other transactions.

To turn the feature off, simply go to the Profile subtab, click on Website Payment Preferences under the Selling Preferences column, and check the yes/no box under PayPal Account Optional.

*This feature is available to Premier and Business account holders only.

Feb 16, 2016, 05:29 PM
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Feb 16, 2016, 05:37 PM
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Probably not a great idea. When a Micro rc business got hacked years ago, I got a call from my bank asking if I wanted to authorize a payment of $100 to John Q Public through CC Bill, which I declined. All they had was my name and number, with no CCV, and don't tell you who's trying to take your money. At that point my bank required confirmation from their card holders for CC Bill to draw money, because of their scams. Both storing card numbers on an internet connected computer by a merchant, as well as billing by the card charging company without a CCV are supposedly illegal, but then again so is scamming so they all had something in common. Apparently this CC Bill was a seedy billing company for filth sites and stuff like that.

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